Type: Posts; User: Karma
It may also indicate raw footage, which means the sick **** recorded the source material.
This movie was just pure entertainment. More like this please Hollywood :thumbup:
I was in your price range and faced with the options vs. engine choice. Went with the 2.0T, which allowed for Tech/Sports/19"/B&O/Alum Trim packages... no regrets 6 months later. APR ECU stage...
Can't believe this thread is still going. Go back to the mechanic.
It's the risk you run when you supply parts. Not the mechanic's responsibility to test them. That's out of pocket time for him and may not be entirely feasible until installed on the car.
Anecdotal and all, but that's completely untrue in my experience. Several of my friends were born and raised here, by middle-class parents (some single parents), worked hard in their 20s, and now...
I'd suspect a fair amount more. Was around that on my 2015 Q5 - when the car was new.
So all comic book movies are bad and mediocrity is the benchmark? Odd theory.
There are lots of great comic book movies - Man of Steel and The Avengers just weren't even close.
I've read a grand total of maybe 3 comic books in my entire life. I know nothing about canon or source material. These were both just bad movies.
NADA is what most insurance companies use (the adjuster who posted earlier can confirm). Ignore KBB, Edmunds, etc.
And make sure they include every option or add-on. If this is the other guy's insurance company, stop talking to them and file through your company. Your company will likely give you a...
They will pay you market value for your car (what it costs to buy the same car at a dealer). They won't pay you the value of a car, which is in better shape than yours is. Things like windshield...
It still amazes me that The Avengers and Man of Steel are considered benchmarks for anything but awfulness.
The name of the Movie is Batman v Superman. Not sure why anyone expected a buddy cop movie with capes.
Great trailer, save the horrible Will Smith lines. Leto is a perfect choice for the Joker as a follow-up to Ledger's interpretation of the character.
^ Wow... haven't had an MKII in a decade. That interior makes me want to scratch the itch.
We just finished it and it really did seem to go all over the place more than other seasons. Especially the season finale.
Wouldn't be anything new. I want to care about her storyline, but she just sucks.
I can't wait until next season when book readers are faced with the choice of a) watching and wondering whether it's spoiling the books or b) not watching and having to avoid all threads in this...